FRANKFURT, July 25 (Reuters) - Volkswagen said on Monday that an independent audit by KPMG was not yet able to shed any light into a bribery scandal at Europe's largest carmaker due to the sheer amount of information being processed. "In light of the difficult situation regarding the data required, the auditors believed they were not yet in a position to present concrete interim results," the company said in a statement. VW added that KPMG didn't expect to submit a final report before late ...
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